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Testimony Time: Dr. E. Dewey Smith Let Rickey Smiley Take Over The House Of Hope Pulpit!!

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Reader Sunday October 8, 2017, Dr. E. Dewey Smith senior pastor of the House of Hope Atlanta Ga, allowed his friend and church family Comedian Rickey Smiley to grace his pulpit with an awesome testimony....plus a big plug for his new book.

Check it out below: 

Preacher "Nae Nae The Hell Out!"


I tell you what, I am so darn tired of Black people co-signing these so-call-church preachers that hoop and holler and ain't saying nothing. Seriously, look at this mess.  I would have gotten THE HELL UP OUTA that church point blank.

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  1. Now this is a mess!

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  2. Nae nae the hell out?!?! I can't deal what are these churches coming to?

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  3. What is the correlation between on Christ the solid rock I stand and Nae Nae the hell out. Hermeneutics gone wrong... This is what Pastors do Now???

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  4. I'm sorry, but this is proof positive that you can't follow everyone saying they are a pastor!!!!

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  5. He needs to stop perpetrating and go get a job! Nothing but the, " blind leading the blind "! Quoting a scripture doesn't mean you have preached the gospel. He is as wrong as " two left shoes ". Those seats should be empty!

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  6. People wont be satisfied until they really end up in hell! Nae Nae is going to be there too (whoever that is).......

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  7. The Nae Nae is a popular southern hiphop dance. But I don't any correlation between that dance and a religious message. Some pastors try way too hard to be current, when all they need is the actual word. Foolery like this and incompetant preachers like him are the reasons why a lot of young people don't take church serious or respect it.

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  8. I was distracted by the praise team member's hair and outfits, the balloons etc. But back to the message, this is not different from the famous pastors and bishops. This guy is just doing what he sees the 'big guys' doing and they draw large audiences and earning millions. So why not give it a try? And his congregation seems to love it. If others can dance to thriller in the church and other secular music, so can he. The only big difference is that he doesn't have nearly as much money as them, no friends in 'high places' and maybe less talented and intellectual. It's a perfect example of the state of a lot of churches, I wonder if it's a satire it doesn't seem real.

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  9. You can tell when the anointing leaves and becomes about self. I'll leave it at that.

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  10. This man is full of foolishness and belongs far far far away from any and every pulpit! The people in there should be ashamed for sitting there entertaining that garbage...alas, I'm not surprised! I've seen just as bad and worse in the "church". If people want to be entertaining and command the attention of the room, why not become a standup comedian or a jazz singer or a clown........oh I know why. Cause you can't get over on people as easily and take their money while you do it, plus this guy is just not that entertaining smh.

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  11. Greetings to all Critics, Fans and Supporters,

    I personally believe that the “Nae Nae the Hell Out” sermon was taken out of its context. On August 24, 2014 it was our Youth and Young Adult Day: Back to School Jam and Giveaway for the youth in our church and community. The “Nae Nae Dance” is a dance of victory, celebration and fun. In fact, Washington Wizard’s player John Wall broke into the Nae Nae dance after winning the NBA slam dunk contest on February 15, 2014. Preaching that sermon I only wanted the people that I came in contact with and my congregation to have victory over the hardship, opposition and hell that is in their lives. The message that was preached had substance, validity and facts. However, the dancing and the title was the only thing that critics focused on. My focus is to preach Jesus to all believers and non-believers all while being relatable. When it comes to youth and young adults in the black church today there is a drought. What worked back in the 1960’s don’t work for the 1990’s and it certainly don’t work for the 2000’s. My question is where is the support for the youth and young adults in a world where we are losing so many? For all fans and supporters you can support me and the youth and young adults by purchasing your very own “Nae Nae the Hell Out” T-shirt. To speak more on this feel free to contact me on Instagram: @Pastor_West, Facebook: Westley West or Twitter: @Spreadin_Hope. Until next time may God bless all and may heaven smile upon.



    -- Rev. Westley West, Pastor Of Faith Empowered Ministries Of Baltimore City.



    Sent from Faith Empowered Ministries

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